The art of writing an academic paper, dissertation, or research articles would sometimes be significantly different. It is different from other types of written English. Academic writing implies structured, evidence-based, and does have a formal tonality. We usually lack specific academic writing skills due to negligence in writing at the high school or collegiate level.
In this context, IIHRD is conducting a National Level Webinar “Academic Writing Made Easy” on the lines of an FDP. The objective is to provide insights for the researchers, academicians, and interested in academic writing. This equips the participants with the essential components involved in academic writing. The intricacies of making a research proposal, the techniques involved, including usage of ICT applications in writing, will be discussed briefly.
Date: Monday, the 22nd of February 2021
Time: 10:30 am to 11:15 am
About the Resource Person:
Dr Ajay Semalty is a distinguished Professor of a Central University, the HNB Garhwal University, Srinagar, Uttarakhand. He has been included in the World’s top two percent of scientists in the list published by a research group of Standford University. He is the most successful instructor who delivered MOOC – Academic Writing – on SWAYAM platform with more than 12500 enrollments from more than 85 countries and more than 1450 exam registrations. Dr Ajay Semalty has completed more than 11 projects from various funding agencies including DST, AICTE, UGC-DAE CSR, and abroad. He published 75 papers both in national and international journals, 69 Scientific Abstracts. He has also published six books and separately two book chapters. He got two patents to his credit. His h-index stands at 26.
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E-Certificates will be provided to participants after the Webinar and upon submission of the feedback form.
No Registration Fee.
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